Allergens & Ingredients for Base Mix and Flavor Concentrates
Click here to download a PDF of ingredients and allergens for Nanci’s products.
DON’T BE FOOLED BY THE SERVING SIZE – Not all companies are honest!
Customers depend on nutrition facts labels as their primary source of information about whether or not a product is healthy. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion around nutrition labeling that customers aren’t aware of.
Click here for a published news report of exactly what we’re talking about so you can be “street smart”.
The biggest issue is serving size. The calories, carbs, and sugars listed on the label are determined by the serving size used by the manufacturer. For frozen yogurt, most serving sizes are listed as ½ cup, but this is not enough information to understand the actual serving size. The most important number is the grams per serving. One ounce by weight equals 28.3 grams. So a serving size of 3 oz. by weight would be 85 grams. And if the nutrition label says 40 grams per serving, that is a 1.4 oz. serving size.
See the two charts below for head-to-head comparisons of Nutrition Facts.
Nutritional Comparison per Ounce of Low Calorie/Low Carb Frozen Yogurt (by weight)
The Nanci’s mix listed above is our regular Non-Fat Vanilla Base. We also have no sugar added, low carb Stevia bases mixes . The Nanci’s Stevia mix has 24 calories per ounce.
Don’t be fooled by the companies that advertise extremely low calories and carbs, but are using low serving sizes to confuse you. Several frozen yogurt companies advertise that they have 8 calories per ounce, but if you look closely at their serving size and calories they actually have about 23 calories per ounce.